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, american iron and steel institute of. [applause] spent cal of the american chemistry council. [applause] >> and dave, the american gas association a plot that. >> are present since and ceos of the respective responsibility as you all know of each have had public service. data from a state of oklahoma. kingly involved particularly from the manufacture perspective of the impact of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i've been many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, former national study advisor to the president. very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group and also a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month, i believe, a significant contribution to the energy debate. so give all -- let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here with us a plo.[applause] >> we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities and move forw
of the respective responsibilities as you all know, each have had public service. dave from this debacle the. cal from the state of california and tom in the administration's epa. keenly involved particularly from a manufacturing perspective and insight of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least, our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, a former national security advisor to the president. a very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group that also works with a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month i believe a significant contribution to the energy debate. so let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here among us. [applause] with the newly elected congress and administration that has now started its second term, we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs fo
been involved with the cal tech voting project which for the last few years or so charles stewart, my colleague at mit, and i have codirected. i assume most of of you are familiar with our project. one of the four presentations that i prepared on the flight yesterday deals with the voting technology project. but i won't give that one. i'll just refer folks to our web site which is voting technology project.org where we have a report that we issued in the fall of 2012 right before the election that summarizes our work, a lot of the academic work, summarizes a lot of our perceptions and research as to what changed since the bush/gore election and the litigation surrounding it in 2000 and the 2012 election. where i'm going to focus on today, i guess i will give this presentation. again, i do have four presentations open on my desktop here. but what i am going to talk about, and i think it echoes what many have talked about on the panel so far is really moving towards a really data-driven process of studying, evaluating and managing elections. um, i think that from our perspective is wher
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